Military Families Accelerating Debt Payments, First Command Reports


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Military Families Accelerating Debt Payments, First Command Reports

FORT WORTH, Texas—-Amid growing concerns about the state of the economy, military families are intensifying their frugal financial behaviors by putting more dollars toward cutting debt. (43 mins ago)

Military Families Accelerating Debt Payments, First Command Reports

FORT WORTH, Texas—-Amid growing concerns about the state of the economy, military families are intensifying their frugal financial behaviors by putting more dollars toward cutting debt. (43 mins ago)

Is General Motors a Good Buy?

The Detroit auto giant’s initial public offering drove up a lot of hype. But if you look under the hood, you’ll find some worrying problems. (1 hour ago)

NewsWatch: Black Friday to bear on upcoming sentiment

Retail sales, both in physical stores and online, will likely set the market’s pace for the rest of the year. (3 hours ago)

Will Americans? frugality outlast the recession?

Americans have a renewed interest in all things frugal during this recession. They’re spending less money, using credit cards less, and the terms frugalista? and bargainista? have entered the daily lexicon. (2 hours ago)

The economic wisdom of Seinfeld

Rob Carrick rounds up the best in personal finance reading on the Web (1 hour ago)

12 holiday money mistakes to avoid

CHICAGO – The holiday season is full of pitfalls that can drain your bank account. (8 mins ago)

Texas Tribune: View Texas congress members’ personal finance reports

Texans in Congress have a combined net worth of at least $135 million and perhaps as much as $430 million, according to a recent analysis of their personal financial statements by the Center for Responsive Politics, a nonpartisan watchdog group in Washington, D.C. (4 mins ago)

Black Friday Guide to the Best Deals and Steals

Where to go for this year’s hottest items, from electronics to clothes to toys. (28 mins ago)

Bank of the West presents, Mad About Money?

Bank of the West is helping Woodbine Community School students to understand the importance of personal economic health through its sponsorship of a unique arts-based financial literacy program Mad About Money. (34 mins ago)